The B-52's - Dirty Back Road album download
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||Dirty Back Road
Written-By – R. Wilson*, R. Waldrop*
|B||Give Me Back My Man
Written-By – C. Wilson*, F. Schneider*, K. Strickland*, R. Wilson*
- Record Company – Ariola Eurodisc S.A.
- Distributed By – Ariola Eurodisc S.A.
- Manufactured By – Sonic, S.A.
- Printed By – I.G. El Siglo XX, S.A.
- Executive Producer – Chris Blackwell
- Producer – Rhett Davies
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: BIEM
- Matrix / Runout (A Side Runout Etching): 102304 A△
- Matrix / Runout (B Side Runout Etching): 102304 B△
- Depósito Legal: B-30.626-1980
- Other (Impuesto De Lujo A Metálico. Permiso Nº): 6649
|102 304, 102 304-100||The B-52's||Dirty Back Road / Give Me Back My Man (7", Single)||Island Records, Island Records||102 304, 102 304-100||Netherlands||1980|
|R-1141||The B-52's||Dirty Back Road (Flexi, 7", S/Sided, Card, Pic, Mono)||Tonpress||R-1141||Poland||1980|
|102 304, 102 304 -100||The B-52's||Dirty Back Road / Give Me Back My Man (7", Single)||Island Records, Island Records||102 304, 102 304 -100||Germany||1980|
The B-52's is the debut album by the Athens, Georgia-based new wave band the B-52's. The kitschy lyrics and mood, and the hook-laden harmonies helped establish a fanbase for the band, who went on to release several chart-topping singles.
album: "The B-52's" (1979). Planet Claire 52 Girls Dance This Mess Around Rock Lobster Lava There's A Moon In The Sky (Called The Moon) Hero Worship 6060-842 Downtown. album: "Wild Planet" (1980). Party Out Of Bounds Dirty Back Road Runnin' Around Give Me Back My Man Private Idaho Devil In My Car Quiche Lorraine Strobe Light 53 Miles West Of Venus. EP: "Mesopotamia" (1982). Loveland Deep Sleep Mesopotamia Cake Throw That Beat In The Garbage Can Nip It In The Bud. album: "Whammy!" (1983). album: "Bouncing Off The Satellites" (1986). Summer Of Love Girl From Ipanema Goes To Greenland Housework Detour Thru Your Mind Wig Theme For A Nude Beach Ain't It A Shame Juicy Jungle Communicate She Brakes For Rainbows. album: "Cosmic Thing" (1989). Cosmic Thing Dry County Deadbeat Club Love Shack Junebug Roam Bushfire Channel Z Topaz.
Budget priced box set containing The B-52's first five albums in small cardboard sleeves containing original artwork. The B-52's" originally released in 1979. Wild Planet" originally released in 1980. Whammy!" originally released in 1983 "Bouncing Off the Satellites" originally released in 1986 "Cosmic Thing" originally released in 1989. Each disc is packaged in a sleeve with the album cover on the front and a cropped version of the standard CD's tray card on the back. The sleeve for Strange Planet is an exception; it's back cover is the back page of the standard CD's booklet for whatever reason. The set includes no booklets, gatefold covers or inner sleeves but it's still a great set for those who've never gone beyond a compilation and need these albums in their collection.
Yeah, we get it Fred. KarlozHace un año. Saw these guys at the Orpheum Theater in Boston back in the 80's. back in early 90s,at a party,us 20 and plus year olds had a party,i popped in wild planet,then underage kids just loved this album,they did the diggin tator dance to it,it was funny as hell. Alejandra GrandonHace un año. Love the B52's and this album. Just wanna go dancing! molly maulHace un año.
The B-52's - Dirty Back Road. By Paste Magazine January 29, 2014. This is a terrific document of the group shortly after the 2nd album release. They play the 2nd album in it's entirety as well as most of the first album. It's b&w, but well lit, good audio and every second of it is here. The original lineup (they look so young!) bursting with creativity on their first tour as headliners.
4. Give Me Back My Man. 5. Private Idaho. Best of the B-52's: Dance This Mess Around. Box Set, 1990, Island Records.
Oh, don't look back Don't look behind you Reckless drivin' on Dirty back Road. Ricky Wilson drivin', like a sports car God I want you, like a fuel engine Energized line, like a road You ride me Like a road You ride me. Foot on the peddle Feet in the air Sand in my hair. Oh, don't look back Don't look behind you Reckless drivin' on Dirty back Road.
These songs illustrated that the B-52's' adoration of camp culture wasn't simply affectation - it was a world view capable of turning out brilliant pop singles and, in turn, influencing mainstream pop culture. It's difficult to imagine the endless kitschy retro fads of the '80s and '90s without the B-52's pointing the way, but The B-52's isn't simply an historic artifact - it's a hell of a good time.